Oct. 3, 1922. Jenkins first public demonstration, using Navy station NOF in Anacostia. He transmitted pictures, rather than television in the modern sense. The photographs were sent by a telephone wire from his Washington office to NOF and they were then broadcast by wireless back to the Post Office in Washington. Here's more about television than you probably want to know: http://members.aol.com/jeff560/chronotv.html
The Television Ghost broadcasted on W2XABY in 1931-1933
Harry Truman in 1949.
May 12, 1948
The School of Silence is a childrens TV Show first broadcasted on CBBC In 2009
1936, olympic games, but (I suppose) not the whole match
The first television channel broadcasted was WRGB, Channel 6 in Albany, New York. It was first experimented with in January 1928.
Yes, it has been broadcasted more than once on TV.
Calvin Coolidge's 1923 speech was the first broadcast on the radio, and Harry Truman's 1947 speech was the first broad cast on TV.
The English television show "Changing Rooms" first aired on September 4, 1996. "Changing Rooms" was initially only broadcasted in the United Kingdom on the BBC network from 1996 to 2004. Now it is broadcasted in the United States, New Zealand, and Australia.
First TV Newscaster, Kolin Hager, broadcasted farm and weather reports three times weekly on W2XB (May 10, 1928, USA)
No, the Harlem Globetrotters games in Houston will not be broadcasted on TV. The Globetrotters were not able to secure a TV deal in Houston for their performances this time.
The 1979 Daytona 500 was the first race to be broadcasted live in its entirety on national television, which aired on CBS.